The Centre for Organisations in Development (COD) working paper series
The Centre for Organisations in Development (COD) working paper series is a first-hand outlet for the research output of COD members and associates.
The series provides an opportunity to expose ideas to debate which are intended for subsequent publication, and includes papers presented at conferences, first drafts of papers intended for submission in journals and other reports from ongoing or completed research projects.
The scope of the working paper series is aligned with COD's current research priorities.
All papers submitted undergo a process of peer review, which normally includes one or both of the Series Editors. All submission inquiries should be directed to the Editors. All working papers will open as a PDF in a new window.
Series editor: Dr Piyawadee Rohitarachoon.
Most working papers and the final report are available for download both in PDF format and as a zipped MS Word file. Briefing papers are available in PDF format only.
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- 10/2014 The Impact of Globalization and Technology Transfer on Manufacturing Employment and Skills in Ethiopia - Getinet Haile, Ilina Srour and Marco Vivarelli
- 9/2013 Implementation of the OECD DAC Principles in South Korea: Implications for Future DAC Member States - Sojin Lim
- 8/2012 Performance Management in Provincial Administration in Thailand - Nicha Sathornkich and Derek Eldridge
- 7/2012 Institutional Bottlenecks and Poor Service Delivery: A Case of Missing Linkages in the District Government System in Pakistan - Iram A Khan and Asad K Ghalib
- 6/2011 Employee Participation in INGOs in Kenya: A Middle Way? - Carol Brunt and Willy McCourt
- 5/2011 Japan International Cooperation Agency: A Brand ´New´ International Development Organisation or a Traditional Bureaucratic Actor? - Georgios Tsopanakis
- 4/2011 Western Inspired Paris Declaration: What Works and What Doesn’t - Sojin Lim
- 3/2010 Institutional Complementarity between Corporate Governance and CSR: A Comparative Institutional Analysis of Three Capitalisms - Nahee Kang and Jeremy Moon
- 2/2010 Civic Non-Engagement in Malaysia - Willy McCourt
- 1/2010 Organizational socialization tactics and newcomer adjustment in the Chinese context: Perceived organizational support as mediator - Jie Chen and Derek Eldridge